Location: McWilliam Hotel Claremorris Co. Mayo , Ireland
You are interested in becoming an early stage investor, but are not sure yet, if it would be for you and you are looking for firsthand experience from people, who are already successfull business angels?
Then you should join EBN member and Local leader for the ESIL project WestBIC for their training seminar on the 6th March 2019 entitled ‘Angel Investing in High Potential Enterprises, is it for you?’.
The goal of this event is primarily to encourage participants to become active as angel investors in the West of Ireland. But anyone, who is interested in learning more about becoming an investor and the private / angel investment process as well as getting an investee perspective on the topic, is more than welcome to join the training. At the event, speakers and experts will talk about their experiences of angel investing, both as investors and investees, leveraging their networks and the experience of private investment and syndicate investment groups.
The venue is the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, Co. Mayo and the event commences at 5.30pm sharp on Wednesday 6th March.
The agenda for the event is:
- Networking and Refreshments
- Introduction (John Magee of Mayo LEO and Ultan Faherty of ESIL/HBAN)
- Keynote speaker – Victoria Hernandez of the Early Stage Investment Launchpad (ESIL) Programme on ‘Angel Investing in High Potential Enterprises, is it for you?’
- Fidelma McGuirk of Payslip on ‘The Investee's Perspective on the Investment Process’
- Company Pitches 30 mins (Xerotech and ShowHouz)
- Conclusion 5mins
- Close and Networking
The ESIL traininer delivering this enticing training is Victoria Hernandez. She is an entrepreneur, Business Angel and Head of the investment committee of Rising Tide Europe and Jury Expert at the European Commission, in charge of evaluating EU proposals for the Horizon2020 funding applications.
There will also be investment ready companies, which will pitch in the evening to the participants.
You can find more information about the ESIL project here.
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